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Hi gurus, plz help me to write time format for EDI-IDOC MAPPING,

when data found in ST01 ,based on this mapping condtion have to map with format (hhmm or hhmmss), in IDOC for this field(EDIDC40-CRETIM).

PLZ HELP ME BY GIVING ANS HOW TO MAP THIS IDOC.

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2007 at 10:09 AM

    Hi Rohit.

    is it that you are getting the data in STO1 in the format of yyyyMMddThhmmss?

    I mean, are you getting time along with date and you need to fetch only the time value from the input?

    if that is the case, you can do it using the substring option in the graphical message mapping. else, you can use a user-defined function.

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2007 at 10:18 AM

    Hi,

    >>when data found in ST01 ,based on this mapping condtion have to map with format (hhmm or hhmmss), in IDOC for this field(EDIDC40-CRETIM).

    If I understood ur requirement correctly, the solution goes as follows:

    Based on the source field existing you have to transform the date format, right!

    I guess your source field is also a date field. Check the condition whether the field exist or not. If exist, use the date transform function (hhmm or hhmmss).

    Hope, you got an idea, if not, lemme know...

    Regards

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2007 at 11:30 AM

    Hi,

    You need check "Exists" for ST01.

    If it is true,use DateTrans function to translate this.

    Regards,

    Akshay Jamgaonkar.

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